Danladi Umar – An Innocent Victim Of Strong Principles

By Mike Ozekhome All over the world, anti-graft agencies are honourable, respected, honest, nationalistic and fair to all suspects. They apply the law evenly. They do not witch-hunt or victimize citizens. Some anti –graft agencies across the world An anti-corruption agency is a special Police agency which specialises in fighting corruption. Most of such agencies … Continue reading Danladi Umar – An Innocent Victim Of Strong Principles

EDITORIAL │ Silence Empowers Injustice: Senator Dino Melaye Is TALKING and He Must Be Heard

By Adenike Lucas By any definition, Senator Dino Melaye has proven himself to be a man of the people.  Over the years, the representative for Kogi West Senatorial District has championed the cause of the people of his state to the detriment of his own career; which has earned him the love of the common … Continue reading EDITORIAL │ Silence Empowers Injustice: Senator Dino Melaye Is TALKING and He Must Be Heard

MAGU: “Now That The Court Has Spoken, Is It Right For Ibrahim Magu To Be Kept In Acting Capacity As Chairman Of EFCC By The President?”

By Monday Ubani This paper seeks to examine the propriety of Ibrahim Magu as the Acting Chairman of EFCC after the pronouncement of the Federal High Court presided over by Justice Tsoho in Abuja. Twice, President Buhari had submitted the name of Magu as the substantive chairman of EFCC to be confirmed by the Senate … Continue reading MAGU: “Now That The Court Has Spoken, Is It Right For Ibrahim Magu To Be Kept In Acting Capacity As Chairman Of EFCC By The President?”

OPINION | NIA: Between Competence And Politics

By Philip Agbese The National Intelligence Agency (NIA) has responsibility for Nigeria’s foreign intelligence and counterintelligence activities. That puts it on the same footing as the United States of America’s Central Intelligence Agency (CIA), United Kingdom’s Secret Intelligence Service (MI6), Russia’s Foreign Intelligence Service of the Russian Federation (SVR RF) or Israel’s Mossad. Operations of … Continue reading OPINION | NIA: Between Competence And Politics

The Senate versus Buhari – What is the capital worth of Ibrahim Magu?

By Emmanuel Ado Hate or like the the National Assembly, we must come to terms with their powers as contained in the constitution to make laws for good governance of the Federation, to appropriate funds and to approve certain categories of appointees for Mr. President. Section 4, of the 1999 Constitution as amended, empowers the … Continue reading The Senate versus Buhari – What is the capital worth of Ibrahim Magu?

EDITORIAL | The Senate Wouldn’t Confirm Any New Nominees Until Magu Is Gone – So Can The Executive Act Now And Send A Replacement Name

By Adenike Lucas, @denilucs On March 15, 2017, the nomination of Ibrahim Mustafa Magu was rejected by the Senate. Despite an indicting intelligence report and failure to absolve himself of the allegations made against him during his screening, Mr Magu, a "perennial offender," remains in office. READ MORE: DG DSS STANDS BY INTELLIGENCE REPORT INDICTING MAGU, SOURCE … Continue reading EDITORIAL | The Senate Wouldn’t Confirm Any New Nominees Until Magu Is Gone – So Can The Executive Act Now And Send A Replacement Name